Access Controlled Using Computer Based Electronic System.
“Access Control" describes any technique used to control passage in or out of any area. The standard lock that uses a brass key may be thought of as a simple form of an "Access Control System".
Over the years, Access Control Systems emerged as a sophisticated Entry/Exit Control System. Today, the term "Access Control System" most often refers to a computer-based, Electronic Card access control system. The Electronic Card Access Control System uses a special "Access Card", rather than a brass key, to permit access into the secured area.
Access Control Systems are most commonly used to control entry into exterior doors of buildings. Access Control Systems may also be used to control access into certain areas located within the interior of buildings.
The purpose of an access control system is to provide quick, convenient access to those persons who are authorized, while at the same time, restricting access to unauthorized people.
Key Features of Access Control Systems:
1. Precise Control:
Our access control systems provide you with the ability to regulate who enters your property and when, reducing unauthorized access.
We offer a range of access control solutions, including card readers, biometric systems, keyless entry, and smartphone-based access, tailored to your specific security needs.
Industries We Serve
Access control systems are suitable for a wide range of industries and applications, including: